What a pile. A first year law student could tell you this would NEVER pass Constitutional muster. Talk about wasting the taxpayers' money...
A first year law student?
As I understand it, people are taught at age 5 to read, and some start reading even younger than that.
Reading the First Amendment, I see: "Congress shall make no law ... abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press".
I would think someone with an IQ several thousand points lower than mine (and I have an AS-type disability) would be able to figure that means we can say what we want without fear of consequences, or something along those lines. At least that's how I see it. (If I really wanted to nit pick, I might even go so far as to say the FCC has no business telling people they can't say the F word on the air during prime time or midday... and part 15 rules seem to restrict freedom of the press.) On the other hand, I can understand having some checks and balances, though, due to.. (oh wait this isn't a religion forum, and I'd probably go to the Bible for explaining my reasons).